Overwatch Halloween skins revealed


Make sure to pick these up either in Trick-or-Treat loot boxes or by purchasing them with in-game currency before the Halloween Terror 2017 seasonal event is over.

But, if Halloween Terror is anything like the 2017 Summer Games event, then Blizzard will nearly certainly bring back all of last year's skins at a cheaper price.

From the teaser and leaks we know already that there are new skins for McCree, Reaper, Mei, Symmetra and Zenyatta.

This year, a new endless mode for Junkenstein's Revenge has been added, complete with with leaderboards to "commemorate those who last the longest in their fight against the evil doctor". You can expect to see loot boxes dressed up as jack-o-lanterns and 50 new items to collect during the event.

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Meanwhile, prepare yourself for the real challenge with The Endless Night edition.

"Overwatch" players who want a bit more challenge will enjoy the "Junkenstein's Revenge: Endless Night". Several Legendary Skins will be returning for the event in Halloween loot boxes, and in this Overwatch Halloween Terror guide we'll be running down all the brand new items you can expect to find once the event launches, as well as the start and end dates for the Halloween Terror event. In this mode, you can play as Ana, Genji, Hanzo, McCree, Soldier: 76, Torbjorn, Widowmaker, or Zenyatta in a team of four. Along with a host of awesome new skins, we also get the return of Junkenstein's Revenge and plenty of other Halloween-themed goodies.

The developers over at Blizzard finally dropped this year's Halloween Terror patch on Tuesday. It's actually pretty close to Reinhardt's emote form previous year, if you just replace pumpkins with fire-hot melted metal. Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 skins are what we're all keen for though and Blizzard didn't disappoint.